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Project Grandma is part of the Reading Planet range of books for Stars (Lime) to Supernova (Red+) band.
Children aged 7-11 will be inspired to love reading through the gripping stories and fascinating information books created by top authors. Reading Planet books have been carefully levelled to support children in becoming fluent and confident readers. Each book features useful notes and questions to support reading at home and develop comprehension skills. Reading age: 9-10 years
Hamid has very definite ideas about how his family should work. He insists they follow his rules for everything from what goes into their packed lunches to how long they can spend in the bathroom. But when his grandma comes to help out while Dad is away with work, everything starts to fall apart. Mamani has no intention of sticking to Hamid's rules and takes a very relaxed approach to meals and schedules. In fact, Hamid realises the only way to tame his grandma is to hypnotise her into becoming more obedient. But will the new Mamani make life as interesting? And will Hamid ever be able to get the old Mamani back?
|Publication date:||27th September 2019|
|Author:||Gareth P. Jones|
|Publisher:||Rising Stars UK Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
Gareth first started writing when he was very young but it wasn’t until he was in his early twenties that he completed his first novel. Having had it universally rejected, he wrote a novel for children called Who Killed Charlie Twig, which received an equally unimpressed reception and remains rightly unpublished to this day. Some years passed during which Gareth met his future wife, Lisa and began a career in TV. Working on shows such as 'The Big Breakfast' and 'Richard & Judy', he became side-tracked from his book writing ambitions until one day he found himself having ...More About Gareth P. Jones